Super cars make for super day out in Broadway

Italian weekend in Broadway saw the Ferrari owners club take over the village. This one shows Ralph Palmer, secretary of the Cotswold Ferrari Owners Club, with his Ferrari 348. Photo by Chris Brooks.

Admiring glances in this one and, if you look carefully you will also see Gus the Asparagus Man in the background. Photo by Chris Brooks.

This Ferrari Enzo was ‘star of the show’. Photo by Chris Brooks.

Photo by Chris Brooks

Photo by Chris Brooks

First published in News

SUPER cars lined the streets of Broadway on Sunday as the Cotswold village celebrated its annual Italian weekend.

The Ferrari owners club brought cars worth hundreds of thousands of pounds, and one worth more than a million, for the weekend as the Italian market arrived on the village green.

Nigel Robinson, chairman of the Broadway Traders Association, said the weekend was a big hit.

"It was brilliant," he said. "It was absolutely fantastic. We had a Ferrari worth more than a million in front of the shop. It was a Ferrari Enzo and the interest in that was huge.

"The combination of the Italian market and the Ferraris made for a superb day. When the cars arrived in convoy and left in the same way the streets were lined with people watching them.

"We hope to get them back next year."

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